PLAXIS Professional 8.6


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PLAXIS Professional 8.6


 Plaxis is a finite elemental and advanced element for analysis of deformation and stability and is used in geotechnical engineering projects. In most important geotechnical issues, an advanced behavioral model is required for modeling nonlinear behavior and time dependent soil, depending on the target. With this software, it is possible to model and stage embankment with loading conditions and different boundary conditions using 6-node and 15-node triangular elements. The first edited Plaxis was designed to analyze soil dams constructed on soft soils in the lower reaches of the Netherlands and commissioned by its country’s water resources management at the Delft University of Technology in 1987, and then expanded in 1993 by the Center For Civil Engineering Research and Codes has also been approved and supported.
In Plaxis, the Mohar-Columbian behavior models, the hyperbolic hardening model, the softening model (the Cam-Clay model) and the creeping softness model can be used, as well as the process of making and drilling by activating and disabling the elements In the calculation process. An example of using this feature is to perform layer-to-layer analysis in the stability of slopes, dams and tunnels.

Features and Features of PLAXIS Software  :

Finite Element Software for Two-Dimensional Analysis of Distortion and Sustainability in Geotechnical Engineering
– Preparation of advanced nonlinear simulation models, time dependent and anisotropic behavior of soil and rock
– Use of special methods for solving hydrostatic and non-hydrostatic problems of pore pressure in soil
Structural modeling and interaction between soil and structure
– Has a very powerful graphic environment
– Automatic bindings in binary mode
– Create 3D auto model
– Features 6-node and 15-node two-dimensional elements
– Special features of sheet, joint and spring spindles
– has contact elements
– Has a wide range of loading methods
– The possibility of modeling complex boundary conditions
– Ability to use a variety of soil improvers
– Considering a variety of soil behavioral models
– Ability to consider groundwater level
– Has advanced analytical options
– Create detailed outputs
PLAXIS Program Tips:
– This version has full crack.
– This version is actually version 8.2 and upgrade to version 8.6.
– Installation guide is available in the accompanying text file of the software.

required system

Operating System

Windows XP Professional, Vista Business, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Professional 
Recommended: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (all with the latest service packs applied)

USB port

1 port required for USB license

Graphics card

Required: GPU with 256 MB OpenGL 1.3 
Plaxis strongly recommends avoiding simple onboard graphics chips in favor of a discrete GPU from the nVidia GeForce or Quadro range with at least 128 bit bus and 1 GB of RAM or equivalent solution from ATI / AMD.


Required: dual core CPU 
Recommended: quad core CPU

Hard Disk

At least 2 GB of free space on the partition where the Windows TEMP directory resides, and 2 GB of free space on the partition where the projects are saved. Large projects may require much more space on both partitions. 
For best performance, ensure that the TEMP directory and the project directory are in the same partition.

Random Access Memory (RAM)

Recommended: at least 8 GB. Large projects may require more.

Video fashion

Required: 1024 x 768 pixels, 32 bit color palette 
Recommended: 1280 x 900 pixels, 32 bit color palette

Installation guide

The text file is a companion installation guide.

download link

Password (s): Password:


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